After they paraded through the streets of Baltimore with the Lombardi Trophy in hand, future Hall of Famers Ray Lewis and Ed Reed both went their separate ways.
Lewis retired after 17 seasons and Reed signed a three-year deal with the Houston Texans, ending their remarkable run together with the Ravens.
This week the two legendary defenders will be reunited for a pair of Super Bowl XLVII celebrations.
Both players are expected to attend the team's visit to the White House on Wednesday and the private ring ceremony on Friday. The Texans are currently conducting voluntary Organized Team Activities (OTAs), but Reed is recovering from hip surgery and hasn't been able to participate in the offseason workouts.
All players from the 2012 team were invited to the two events, and most members of the championship team will attend.
Anquan Boldin, Bernard Pollard and Sean Considine are going to miss both events. Also, Cary Williams, Dennis Dixon and Paul Kruger are reportedly going to miss the White House visit because of their new teams' OTAs.